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Naham Tisthami Vaikunthe
Yoginam Hrdayesu Va
Tatra Tisthami Narada
Yatra Gayanti Mad-bhaktah

( Padma Purana, Narada Bhakti Sutra, Sutra -37 )

❖│░ "Thє wholє woяld ƒιиds tяuє hαρριиєss whєи thєy αяє ιи мy сoмραиy, ьut whαt αьout мє? ι ƒєєl tяuє hαρριиєss oиly whєи ι αм wιth Rαdhα, єvєяyьody sαys thαt ι αм мoяє ьєαutιƒul thαи αиythιиg thєy hαvє єvєя sєєи αиd thαt thєy ƒєєl joy ιи thєιя hєαяt whєи thєy just look αt мє. ьut мy єyєs ƒιиd ρlєαsuяє oиly whєи thєy яєst oи яαdhα.
Thє soƒt мєlody oƒ мy ƒlutє αttяαсts єvєяyьody αиd єvєяythιиg to ιt, ьut мy єαяs αяє єисhαиtєd ьy thє swєєt woяds oƒ яαdhα αloиє.
αlthough мy touсh ιs сoolєя thαи сoolиєss oƒ мαиy мooиs ρut togєthєя, ι αм яєƒяєshєd oиly ьy thє soƒt soothιиg touсh oƒ яαdhα.
ι αм thє lιƒє αиd soul oƒ thє wholє woяld ьut мy lιƒє αиd soul ιs яαdhα, αиd яαdhα αloиє."░│❖
(Sri Krishna)
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4.25 - Some yogis perfectly worship the demigods by offering different sacrifices to them, and some of them offer sacrifices in the fire of the Supreme Brahman.

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"Abhiram Lilamrta" appeared in issue number 4 of Sri Krishna Kathamrita Bindu, the free fortnightly email magazine from ISKCON Gopal Jiu Publications.

Abhiram Thakur is perhaps the most prominent follower of Lord Nityananda Prabhu. According to Srila Kavi Karnapur, Abhiram Thakur is the incarnation of Sridama Sakha, the chief cowherd boy in krsna-lila. His pastimes were described in simple Bengali verse by his disciple Sri Tilak Ram Das in a book called Sri Abhirama Lilamrta. In the fourth chapter the author reveals how he was able to write:

utha utha ore sisya sunaha vacane
amara yateka lila karaha varnana
eta bali mora sathe carana dharila
carana parase lila svarana haila

[My guru Abhiram Thakur came to me while I was resting and said] "Wake up! Wake up! O disciple, hear my words! I want you to write about my pastimes." I touched my head to my guru's lotus feet and at that time all of his pastimes appeared to me. [Texts 5-6, 13]

The following story, adapted from chapter 15, verses 141-246, describes how Abhiram Thakur tested the newborn sons of Lord Nityananda.


Abhiram Thakur was a very powerful personality. It is said that he would sometimes test the authenticity of a salagrama-sila or a deity by offering obeisances. If they were not genuine, they would break. He had other uncommon powers as well.

On one occasion Abhiram Thakur met Nityananda Prabhu on the bank of the Ganga, near to the home of Nityananda Prabhu. Nitai offered Abhiram a seat.

They embraced, and both sat down.

Nitai said, "O brother Abhiram, what is your desire? Why have you come to My home?"

"I want to see Your son."

Hearing this, Nityananda became happy. However, when Nityananda Prabhu showed him His son, Abhiram offered obeisances to the child and immediately the child died. When Nityananda Prabhu's wives Vasudha and Jahnava heard the news, they both fainted. Nityananda then placed the body of the child in the Ganga and they all took bath.

Sometime later, another child was born, and again Abhiram Thakur came. As before, when Abhiram offered his obeisances, the child died. Everyone was astonished, thinking, "What is Abhiram's purpose?" In this way, every time a child was born, Abhiram would come, offer obeisances, and the child would die.


Although Nityananda Prabhu is the Supreme Personality of Godhead Lord Balaram, still, while acting out His human-like pastimes, He externally became very unhappy seeing all of His sons die. Therefore, when the next child was born, Nitai thought to Himself, "If Abhiram does not come My child will live."

Nityananda Prabhu invited many quests for the festive occasion, but He did not invite Abhiram Thakur. Seeing that Abhiram was not there, Adwaita Acharya inquired from Nityananda, "Why have You not invited Abhiram?"

Nityananda Prabhu replied, "Abhiram has made Me bereft of sons. So I will not invite him. I've told all of the boatmen not to bring him across the Ganga in their boats."

During the time of the festival for the birth of Nityananda Prabhu's latest son, Abhiram and his wife Malini were staying at Krishnagar. Vakreswar Pandit came to see them. Malini offered him a seat, and Vakreswar inquired from Abhiram, "Nitai is performing a festival on the occasion of the birth of his son. You are the pradhana-gopal, the leader of the cowherd boys. Is He inviting you or not?"

Abhiram laughed and said, "No. He is not inviting me."

Vakreswar humbly told Abhiram, "Without your presence this ceremony cannot be performed properly. Although He is not inviting you, still you should go."

"How can I go without an invitation?"

Malini then said, "Abhiram is a rakhal, a cowherd boy. Such cowherders have no abhiman, false ego. He is not finding fault with Nityananda Prabhu for not inviting him."

Abhiram Thakur then told Vakreswar, "O brother, I'll go there later." After Vakreswar left, Abhiram conceived a plan. He bade Malini goodbye and started off, saying, "Gaura Hari ki jaya!" He went to the bank of the Ganga and said to a boatman, "Take me across!"

The boatman looked at Abhiram Thakur and inquired, "Who are you sir? Give me your name and then I will start the journey. If I take the wrong person across then Nityananda Prabhu will be very angry with me."

Abhiram replied, "Why does He want to restrict this person from crossing?"

The boatman said, "Nityananda Prabhu is miserable and lamenting for His lost children. He told me, 'There is one person named Abhiram Thakur. He is very powerful. If he offers obeisances to My son then the child will die.' Saying this, Nityananda Prabhu told me not to bring that person across. I think that you are that same Abhiram Thakur."

Out of fear of Nityananda Prabhu, the boatman then put water in his boat and made it sink. Hearing that Abhiram Thakur had come, all of the other boatmen also filled their boats with water and sank them.

Abhiram Thakur then took some cloth and threw it in the river. The cloth floated, and, sitting on it, Abhiram crossed the river.

Seeing this, the people became astonished and ran to tell Nityananda Prabhu.

Although Nitai became worried, He took all of the mahants who were present at the festival and went to meet Abhiram Thakur. Abhiram saw them all performing ecstatic kirtana and coming toward the bank of the Ganga to meet him. Abhiram then began playing his flute, and he lost external consciousness. Tilak Ram Das says, "Who can understand Abhiram Thakur?"


When they came together, Abhiram embraced all of them with ecstatic love while his hairs stood on end. Nitai brought Abhiram into His home. Abhiram told Him, "I am very hungry. Please give me some prasad." Nitai gave him a seat in a room and Vasudha and Jahnava happily brought him nice prasad consisting of sweet rice, fancy rice and many opulent dishes. As much prasad as they brought, Abhiram ate it until he had finished everything in the house.

Seeing that he had eaten everything, Nitai said, "Dandavats to your pastimes! Who can understand You? In vraja-lila you are Sridama. Have you forgotten our loving relationship? In Vraja we all shared prasad together.

But now, forgetting all of that, you are taking all of the prasad alone. In Vraja we would always share whatever fruits we got. What sort of behavior is this that you are taking all of the prasad alone?"

Abhiram listened and said, "My nature is that of a cowherd boy. First I take, then I give to others. My behaviour is that of Vraja. Knowing my nature and activities in Vraja, how can You say I took all of the prasad? Go and see Your pots." Then Abhiram performed acaman.

Nityananda Prabhu went to see the pots and found that double the original amount of prasad was there. Nitai then happily embraced Abhiram.

Abhiram said, "O brother, you should feed all of the mahants."

The mahants then happily took prasad and shouted, "Hari! Hari!" Finishing, they all performed acamana. Then Nitai gave them tambula and a place to take rest.


Abhiram Thakur said, "Nitai, You have celebrated a festival for the birth of Your son. What sort of son do You have? Please bring him and I will offer my obeisances to him."

Hearing this, everyone became worried. Nityananda Prabhu's wives Vasudha and Jahnava approached Abhiram and humbly said, "This time please give protection to our child. Don't let us be criticized for not having a son. If you offer obeisances to our son then he will die. Every time this is what has happened. If you do this again, then we will also die."

Abhiram said, "Why are you fearing? You don't understand. I am offering my obeisances to test the child. If he is svayam-svarupa, the Lord's personal manifestation, then he will survive my obeisances."

Hearing Abhiram's words, Nityananda Prabhu became happy and brought His son before Abhiram. Abhiram Thakur offered his obeisances, and the child laughed. Abhiram become very happy and offered his obeisances a second and a third time, just to test the child. He saw that this child was jagat-priya, dear to the entire universe. Abhiram took the child on his lap and began to dance. He then told all of the mahants there:

ye na dekhecha gora dekha ara bar punarbar sei gora vira avatar

"So that those who did not see Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu could again have the opportunity to see Him, the Lord has reappeared in the form of Virabhadra Prabhu."


Lord Balaram has appeared as Lord Nityananda Prabhu. As the Supreme Lord, He is sarvajna, all- knowing. Hence He certainly understood and, in fact, inspired the behavior of Abhiram Thakur. The nature of the Lord is that He likes to see His devotees glorified more than Himself. Therefore, to glorify His devotee Abhiram Thakur, and also His son Virabhadra Prabhu, Lord Nityananda inspired Abhiram Thakur to act in such an unusual way.

Virabhadra Prabhu is the incarnation of Kshirodakasayi Vishnu. Srila Kavi Karnapura has written (Sri Gaura-ganodesa-dipika text 67):

sankarsanasya yo vyuhah payo-visayi-namakah
sa eva viracandro 'bhuc caitanyabhinna-vigrahah

The expansion of Lord Sankarshan known as Kshirodakasayi Vishnu appeared in Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu's pastimes as Virachandra Prabhu. Lord Virachandra was non-different from Lord Chaitanya Himself.

As Kshirodakasayi Vishnu, Virabhadra Prabhu is the svayam svarupa, the plenary expansion of Lord Nityananda Prabhu. Srila Krishnadas Kaviraj has described:

sankarsanah karana-toya-sayi
garbhoda-sayi ca payobdhi-sayi
sesas ca yasyamsa-kalah sa nitya-
nandakhya-ramah saranam mamastu

May Sri Nityananda Rama be the object of my constant remembrance.

Sankarshana, Sesa Naga and the Vishnus who lie on the Karana Ocean (Karanodakasayi Visnu), Garbha Ocean (Garbhodakasayi Visnu) and ocean of milk (Ksirodakasayi Visnu) are His plenary portions and the portions of His plenary portions. [Cc. adi 1.7]

(Bibliography appears at the end of this text)


Sri Krishna Kathamrita Bindu is published every ekadasi in PDF format, and is designed for those who want to go deep into the pastimes, philosophy, literature and history of Gaudiya Vaishnavism. Bindu regularly features articles from previous acaryas such as Srila A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Srila Thakur Bhaktivinode, Viswanath Chakravarti, Rupa Goswami etc., as well as new translations, research findings and contemporary articles. Sri Krishna Kathamrita Bindu is being produced in pursuance of the instructions of Sri Srimad Gour Govinda Swami, whose articles are also a common feature.

Sri Krishna Kathamrita Bindu contains no politics, mundane solicitations or institution promotion or bashing -- only pure Krishna-katha. It is produced by ISKCON Gopal Jiu Publications, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India.


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Kavi Karnapur. Sri Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika. Translated into English by Kusakratha Das. The Krishna Library. Culver City, CA. 1987.

Krishnadas Kaviraj Goswami. Sri Caitanya-caritamrta. English translation and commentary by Srila A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. Bhaktivedanta Book Trust. Los Angeles. 1975.
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Sri Krishna Vasant Rasa is similar excepting that it is in the Spring (Vasant), at this time everyone dresses in yellow. On this full moon night the devotees usually leave out pots of sweet rice payasam for the Lord to enjoy during His rasas.

In India, there are many festivals held for the worship of Krsna. There, the year is divided into six seasons, each lasting for two months. Among the six seasons, the most glorious is Vasanta, Spring. The Vasanta season is very pleasant, for the weather is neither too hot nor too cold at that time. An abundance of fragrant flowers, like beli, cameli, jui and others bloom everywhere, and flowers such as ratkerani (night queen) bloom even at night. Rivers like Ganges and Yamuna are especially clean and pure at that time, looking as though they are simply waiting for Radha and Krsna, and the lands in many places look like yellow carpets because they are full with varieties of yellow flowers. Krsna's garments are also yellow, because His most beloved Srimati Radhika has a yellowish golden complexion and He wants to be always embraced by Her.

Today is the beginning of the Vasanta season, Vasanta-Pancami, at which time the Rasa Dance of Krsna was performed in Govardhana, in the village of Parasauli, by the lake known as Candra Sarovara. At that time the gopis were dancing with Krsna for the duration of a night that became billions of years; it became as long as one entire day of Brahma. On that night the moon stood still, not moving from its best view of the sight of the dancing of Radhika and all Her sakhis with Krsna. Such beautiful pastimes were born from an ocean of rasas, sweet transcendental mellow tastes, saturated with unlimited happiness.

In Saradiya, the autumn season, the Rasa Dance was performed in Vrndavana, under the shade of the Vamsivata tree, in the beginning of Kartika month. All classes of gopis participated in that Saradiya rasa-yatra, whereas in this Govardhana vasanti-rasa-yatra only the highest class of gopis were allowed to participate. In this lila, Krsna openly demonstrated the prominence and superiority of Srimati Radhika.

Krsna disappeared in the midst of this vasanti-rasa-lila, and all the gopis were bitterly crying, "Where is Krsna? Where is Krsna?" The gopis were searching for Him everywhere, and after some time they saw Him in His four-handed form, standing like a statue. Coming nearer, they said, "Oh, He looks like Krsna, but at the same time He is not Krsna. Our Krsna is not four-handed. Where has His flute, His peacock feather, and all His other apparel gone? He now carries a sankha, cakra, gada and padma (conch shell, disc, club, and lotus flower) – in four hands!" They prayed to Him,"We are very attached to Krsna, and we are searching for Him. Without Him we willdie. If you are Narayana, please be merciful and tell us which way Krsna went.Be merciful so that we may find Him." Then, after praying in this way, they left Him and went on their way.

When Srimati Radhika was arriving after the other gopis had left that place, the breeze that had just touched Her veil carried so much fragrance from Her body that it entered the nostril of Krsna and He thought, "Oh, My most beloved is near." He forgot that He was supposed to maintainHis four-handed form, and He could no longer hide His original form. Two hands disappeared at once, entering His body, and His original two-armed form reappeared – with His flute in His hands and His peacock feather atop His head.

rasarambha-vidhau niliya vasata kunje mrgaksi-ganair
drstam gopayitum svam uddhura-dhiya ya susthu sandarsita
adhayah pranayasya hanta mahima yasya sriya raksitu
sa sakya prabhavisnunapi harina nasic catur-bahuta

["At the beginning of the rasa dance, Lord Krsna hid Himself ina grove just to have fun. When the gopis came, their eyes resembling those of deer, by His sharp intelligence He exhibited His beautiful four-armed form to hide Himself. But when Srimati Radharani came there, Krsna could not maintain His four arms in Her presence. This is the wonderful glory of Her love." (a quotation from the Ujjvala-nilamani by Srila Rupa Gosvami, as quoted in Sri Caitanya-caritamrta Adi 17.293)]

When Krsna sees Radhika, His most beloved and the embodiment of all love and affection, He forgets everything else. She is no one other than Krsna. She is Krsna Himself, but in the body of Radhika.

In this way, Krsna returned to His own form and quickly embraced Her. This occurred in vasanti-rasa-lila.

In the chapter of Sri Caitanya-caritamrta called Raya Ramananda Samvad, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu questioned Sri Raya Ramananda Prabhu, "What is our sadhya (perfection) and our sadhana (the process to achieve that perfection)?" Raya Ramananda replied, beginning from Varnasrama-dharma. He told Mahaprabhu, "According to the adherents of Varnasrama-dharma, to be in family life and pursue Varnasrama-dharma (the execution of the religious duties of the different castes and statuses of life), in order to please Krsna, is the best process to please Him." Mahaprabhu rejected this and said, "In Varnasrama there is no pure relationship between the soul and Krsna." After that, Raya Ramananda suggested, "One should offer the fruits of allhis activities to the lotus feet of Krsna," but Mahaprabhu rejected this also, and said, "This is okay, but go further." After that Raya Ramananda said, "One should take shelter of the lotus feet of Krsna," and he quoted a verse from Bhagavad-gita:

sarva-dharman parityajya
mam ekam saranam vraja
aham tvam sarva-papebhyo
moksayisyami ma sucah

["Abandon all varieties of religion and just surrender unto Me.I shall deliver you from all sinful reactions. Do not fear." (Bhagavad-gita 18.66)]

Krsna is saying here, "If you take the shelter of My lotus feet, you will be happy forever." People all over the world think that this is the essence of the Bhagavad-gita, but Mahaprabhu rejected it as external and therefore not the ultimate goal of life, and He told Raya Ramananda, "Go on; continue further. Raya Ramananda then suggested karma-jnana-misra-bhakti (devotion contaminated by mental speculation and the desire to enjoy the fruits of one's actions), and he uttered the verse:

brahma-bhutah prasannatma
na socati na kanksati
samah sarvesu bhutesu
mad-bhaktim labhate param

["One who is transcendentally situated by realizing the impersonal brahma never laments or desires to have anything. He is equally disposed toward every living entity. He has the opportunity to realize the Supreme Brahman and become fully joyful if he attains pure devotional service unto Me."(Bhagavad-gita 18.54)]

Mahaprabhu also rejected both these concepts, karma-jnana-misra-bhakti and brahma-bhutah, because they are devoid of pure devotion, and then Raya Ramananda gradually came to the topic of prema-bhakti. Still, Mahaprabhu replied, "This may be the stage of perfection, but please go further." Raya Ramananda then discussed dasya, sakya, and vatsalya-prema (love for Krsna in the moods of servant, friend, and parent) and Mahaprabhu said, "Oh, very good, very good! But please continue further." In bhakti-rasa Krsna is not anyone's father or mother.In pure bhakti, the Supreme Lord cannot be anyone's father or a mother – He may only be a son. One can serve Krsna in four relationships, but if we thinkthat Krsna is our father and mother, we cannot serve Him because fathers and mothers serve their children.

After hearing about these relationships, Caitanya Mahaprabhu told Raya Ramananda, "Please speak further," and Raya Ramananda then said, "Gopi-prema (serving Krsna as a beloved) is the highest attainment, and among the gopis Srimati Radhika is the best. When Mahaprabhu asked Raya Ramananda to give an example of a pastime that reveals Radhika's supremacy, Raya Ramananda first gave the example of Saradiya rasa-lila. He said, "All the gopis were dancing with Krsna, and it appeared that one gopi danced between each two Krsnas and one Krsna danced between each two gopis. Billions of gopis were dancing together with Krsna, but all of a sudden He disappeared. Why did He disappear? He did so to please Radhika. He took Her with Him, and no one knew where He or His beloved had gone."

Mahaprabhu then expressed His doubt thus: "Because Krsna met with Radhika after His disappearance from the Rasa Dance, it seems that He was fearing all the other gopis. If He openly gives up all the gopis, leavingwith Radhika in front of them all, then only it will be shown that the love of Radhika is the highest."

Sri Raya Ramananda therefore explained about this vasanti-rasa.He said, "Krsna was dancing with billions of gopis, and meanwhile Radhika thought, 'Krsna always promises: "You are My most beloved." But I see that He is dancing with Me and all the other gopis as well; so perhaps we are all equal in His eyes.' At that time Radhika adopted a sulky mood and became somewhat angry. She thus left the rasa dance in front of all the other gopis, and Krsna followed Her.

"Krsna was thinking, 'If Radhika is not here, there can be no rasa. There can be no meaning to the Rasa. I am performing rasa-lila onlyfor Radhika. She is My half, My whole, My guru, and My servant; She is everything to Me. She is my life and soul. In vasanti-rasa, Krsna declared this openly."

Mahaprabhu then said, "Oh, this is good!" and He questioned further, "I want to know about krsna-tattva, radha-tattva, prema-tattva, and rasa-tattva from you." When Raya Ramananda began to deeply describe these topics, however, Mahaprabhu stopped him and said, "Don’t say anymore. These subject matters are so elevated that there is no one in this world qualified to hear them. If you continue to speak about them, I will at once enter the mood of Krsna and I will have to give up this form of Sacinandana Gaurahari." Raya Ramananda then stopped speaking.

For us, today is the observance of the anniversary celebration of that very same vasanti-rasa, and for Krsna this rasa is going on eternally. All of His pastimes are eternally manifest in Goloka Vrndavana, and He also displays them throughout innumerable universes as He appears in one universe after another. Here in vasanti-rasa, Krsna declared openly, "My super-most beloved is Srimati Radhika." There is no difference between Radhika and Krsna. Krsna manifested Radhika from His left side. If we can make Radhika happy, then Krsna will be happy and He will be controlled quite easily; and thisis the purpose of our observance of vasanti-rasa.

fields of yellow mustard flowers growing

Local tradition:
Celebrated on the onset of spring, it marks the beginning of new life with yellow mustard flowers starting to bloom and nature displaying her majestic best. Thus the colour of the festival is yellow and women can be seen dotted in saffron dresses. The puja on this day is devoted to Saraswati and people pray for wisdom and understanding. There are several ways in which puja is conducted on this day. In Bengal, the place where the statue of Saraswati is kept is decorated with a rangoli. The design of a fish is considered auspicious. Family members bathe early in the morning and dress in whit or yellow coloured clothes. Then they gather around the idol, where the priest commences the puja.
Aarti is taken of the idol and the flame is passed arounfd the devotees to warm there hands and touch there foreheads. Children place their books at the goddesses feet. No books our touched that day, signifying that the books are being blessed by the goddess. In Rajsthan also the puja is conducted in a very colourful manner. The youngest girl of the house present sets the stage for the puja by putting a teeka on everyone's forehead. This is followed by the devotees sprinkling water, aipun and roli on the diety. The puja ends with the lady of the house giving a few bers, some sangaris and a laddoo and a paan to everyone present. Not only is the celebration of Basant, a Hindu festival, some sections of the Muslims also celebrate the advent of this colourful season There is an interesting story associated with it. The celebration of the Basant or spring season can be traced back to the Chisthi Sufis, as early as the twelfth century. The legend goes that 12th Century Chishti Saint Nizamuddin Aulia of Delhi was once so grieved because of the passing away of his young nephew Taqiuddin Nooh, that he withdrew himself completely from the world for a couple of months either locked inside his room or sitting near his nephew s grave. His close friend, the famous court poet Amir Khusro could no longer bear to see his mater being saddened like this and so started to think of ways to brighten him up. One day Khusro met a few women on the road who were dressed up beautifully, singing and carrying colorful flowers.
Upon Khusro's inquiry as to why they appeared to be cheerful and brightly dressed, the women told him that they were celebrating Basant Panchami, and were taking the offering of Basant to their god. Khusro found this very fascinating, and smiling he said, "well, my god needs an offering of Basant too". Immediately, he dressed himself up like those women, took some mustard flowers and singing the same songs, started walking towards the graveyard where his pir would be sitting alone.
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Hare Krishna!
Obeisances to His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada!
The Vyasa puja celebration is normally held in Mayapur but this time I am holding it here, in Los Angles, because I am taking a treatment to regain my motion- independent movement. So I like to wish all the devotees around the world my blessings on this Vyasa puja day.
We know that the vyasa puja is the celebration of the appearance of the Guru, as the representative of Vyasa deva and all the previous Achrayas. So through the guru we worship all the previous acharyas. simultaneously we offer the bhoga to the deity and to the Guru. So in this way we celebrate the vyasa puja.
I am very concerned that the disciples might carry on the mission of His Divine Grace A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, which is my mission and that they can take up this preaching spirit with great enthusiasm.
I am very grateful for the devotees who helped me in serving me on doing this all through one year and it is great austerity in one sense to not being in Mayapur as that is my Gurudutta desh. Well I understand that this is the desire of the GBC and devotees that I take the therapy.
So please chant Hare Krishna, follow the regulative principles, and worship Caitanya Mahaprabhu. We have heard from Srila Prabhupada, how the devotees, how the people, how the western world, the Eastern world all over the world, that people are into good karma and bad karma, but no one or very few are into devotional service. So what we want to do is invoke the mercy of Lord Caitanya upon all of them, so that they can get pure bhakti awakening in the heart.
Everyone has pure bhakti, but this is like dormant so through the devotees we want people to take this opportunity to make full use of this human form of life and to chant
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
In this way we can do the greatest benefit for the fallen souls in this kali yuga. Also we know that one good fragrant flower in the forest can give the good name for the whole forest, so like that one good disciple in the parampara will glorify the whole paramapara. so His Divine Grace A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, because he took this message around the world. He has created a very good name for the disciplic succession following Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu, so we must all be very careful to do the same thing to be a good example of His Divine Grace A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.
I don’t feel myself so qualified but I am trying I am trying my best and I want my disciples, wellwishers, like godbrothers, god sisters like everyone also try to do what they can to carry out Prabhupada’s mission. This is my primary message. but I would like to speak better. but I am not fully recovered yet. but I am very happy that the disciples and devotes all over the world observing the vyasapuja with enthusiasm and I hope that I will soon be able to recover enough so that I can travel and visit all the disciples and all the disciples in various parts of the world but primarily I want to spend most of my time in India and in Asia, which is my Gurudatta Desh but sometimes also visit Latin America and also vist other parts of Europe and other parts of America and Australia. I like Africa…
I would also like to remind the devotees that this time we want to keep ISKCON integrity very strong. We want to keep ISKCON united, there are enemies who are always trying to divide ISKCON by trying to take off the devotees but we know that Prabhuada wants us to stay together, to stay united so let’s all try to remain very much together serving His Divine Grace A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and I am sure that the other senior devotees will be very happy to give extend all their support for you. Here they were very encouraging for me and this is very moving to me that to see how all the God brothers are very much supportive to me at this time when I am trying to recover from a very serious attack so I need all your cooperation to very strictly follow the Krishna conscious system in a regulation and in this way make the best use of the human life.
We want to go where ever Srila Prabhupada is and to help him in Sankirtan movement but while we are here, let us try to do something for His Divine Grace let us work together and in this way we can make the best use of we came to this material world by doing something at least we can save one person and he can go back to Krishna and the whole mission according to Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saravati Thakura will be a success.
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare

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Shyam Talreja
Shyam Talreja
When the soul leaves this body, then what it is? It has no value, a
lump of matter. Just like a motorcar. So long it is moving, it is
worth one lakh, and so long it does not move, it is simply lump of
iron and copper and something. Who cares for it? It is thrown away.
Same thing. The body has no value. It has value so long the soul is... Ver más
27 de marzo a las 5:12
Nimai Charan Das-Neeraj Wadehra
Nimai Charan Das-Neeraj Wadehra
Pranams. Thanks for posting this Anuradha.
27 de marzo a las 10:34

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Ganga Sagara Mela ( Ganga Dussehra ) : 2010

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Makar Sankranti is celebrated in the last day of the Bengali month of Poush. In Bengal, this day is one of the most auspicious time of the year. Thousands of pilgrims from different parts of the country gather at Gangasagar, the point where the holy river Ganges meets the sea, to take a dip and wash away all the earthly sins. Makar Sankranti falls on the day of the year when the sun-considered the king of all grahas (planets)-is in the rashi (zodiac sign) known as Makar (Capricorn). This is considered the most beneficial and auspicious zodiac of the sun. The calculations for determining Makar Sankranti are done according to the solar calendar. Therefore, Makar Sankranti always falls on the 14th January according to the English calendar. It is usually the month of Magh of the Hindu calendar, the 'Tithi' or the position of the moon keeps shifting because of the difference in calculations.
Myth: According to certain Hindu beliefs, in the past ages, in the Satya Yug lived a king named Sagar. He performed a holy yagna, the Ashyamedh yagna. The symbol of his power, the horse, was lost during this ceremony and Sagar's 60,000 sons travelled far and wide to find it. They found the horse near the ashram of the great sage Kapil and blamed him for stealing their horse. The
sage felt insulted and his rage turned the princes into ashes. On hearing this, King Sagar went to the sage and begged for his mercy. The sage, at first turned a deaf ear to his pleas but later told that the princes would gain enlightenment if their ashes were washed by the holy waters of the heavenly river Ganga. For two generations, attempts were made to bring down the Ganges but all efforts proved futile. A prince of this dynasty, Bhagirath, pleased the gods, and with the help of Lord Shiva brought Ganga down to earth. His forefather's sins were washed away and the people had the opportunity to wash their sins as well. From then on, Gangasagar, near the ashram of the sage Kapil, has been a holy pilgrimage in Bengal. It is said that a dip in the ice-cold water at the junction of the river and the sea is auspicious. The Makar Sankranti makes the soul pure and free from all earthly sins.
Makar Sankranti is celebrated all over India, north, south, east and west; the manner of celebration may differ, but the sanctity of the occasion is accepted by all the Hindus as the Surya (sun) moves into the Northern hemisphere known as "Uttrayan" a most auspicious time.

Lugar: Ganga Sagar, WestBengal, India.

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Sri Krishna Pusya abhisheka ( Sri Sri Radha - Madhava )

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On the occasion of Sri Krishna Pusya abhisheka, Sri Sri Radha-Madhava were offered flower outfits. Preparations for making the outfit began a few days ago. During the past one week, under the dedicated planning, organizing and designing of HG Ramadevi mataji, the clothes designing, stitching of outfits, making butterflies and satin ribbons were done. Working on the outfit with the flowers began at 4 p.m. on 30th & continued till the morning. Mayapur community devotees, children along with students of Bhakti Shastri, Bhakti Vaibhava and Mayapur Academy engaged themselves in the service to Sri Sri Radha-Madhava. Enthusiasm of devotees increased when Yamuna mataji, Dinatarini mataji visited the sewing room in the evening.
Yamuna mataji worked on the flower outfit of Small Srimati Radharani. Stuti mataji artistically decorated the altar with colorful flowers, bouquets and lights. In the evening, a spectacular flower abhisheka was taken place after Sandhya Arti.
We had a colorful flower shower or pushpa abhisheka to Sri Sri Radha – Madhava with kirtan and dancing. Temple was packed and everyone was eager to secure a palce so that they can have a closer darshan of the abhisheka. It was a transcendental sight to see the flower petal falling gracefully on the beautiful forms of Their Lordships, accompanied by the soulful kirtan of Narugopal prabhu. After the abhsiheka was over, all of us also had flower (prasad flowers) abhisheka . It was like a ‘flower holi’ where all of us were deighted in accepting and throwing the flowers on each of us.

Lugar: ISKCON Mayapur ( ISKCON World Head Quarter )

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Lord Ramachandra( Treta Yuga )

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The Garuda Purana and the Bhagavata Purana both mention twenty-two, with a proviso in the latter, that the incarnations of Vishnu are many; the Matsya Purana, on the other hand, refers to twelve incarnations. However, it is generally accepted that there are ten incarnations of Vishnu. Of these ten universally accepted Avatars, nine are said to have manifested themselves (each at a different time and era) while the tenth is yet to appear in this world. Each manifestation has a related legend which essentially demonstrates the restoration of righteousness and Dharma in the world, through the divine intervention of Vishnu.
In Treta Yuga The two incarnations are:
6. PARASHURAM Avatar: (end of Satya Yuga or in the Treta Yuga as per different scholars). Vishnu took birth as a Brahman (priest) in this Avatar to free the Brahmans from the depredations of the Kshatriyas (warrior caste) who had become arrogant oppressors of the Brahmans. His name derives from the axe-like weapon (Parsu) he carried - a gift from Shiva. He annihilated the Kshatriyas in battles twenty-one times. Parashuram and Rama, the seventh Avatar, are generally depicted as living at the same time even though the former is said to have appeared in this world before Rama.
7. RAMA Avatar: (Treta Yuga). Vishnu, in this Avatar, incarnates himself as Rama, the Kshatriya king central to the Ramayana epic. By far one of the most popular heroes (along with Krishna) of Hindu mythology, Rama exemplifies the ideal, son, king, father and man. The legend, on the one hand, is a romantic exploit of good triumphing over evil (the slaying of Ravana, the demon-king, by Rama). On another plane, it is a complex dissertation on love, war, brotherhood, fidelity, societal customs and traditions etc.

Lord Ramachandra's life come from the Ramayana, one of the two great epics of India. Born as the eldest son of Kausalya and Dasharatha, king of Ayodhya, Rama is referred to within Hinduism as Maryada Purushottama, literally the Perfect Man or Lord of Self-Control or Lord of Virtue. Rama is the husband of Sita, whom Hindus consider to be an avatar of Lakshmi and the embodiment of perfect womanhood.
Rama's life and journey is one of perfect adherence to dharma despite harsh tests of life and time. He is pictured as the ideal man and the perfect human. For the sake of his father's honour, Rama abandons his claim to Kosala's throne to serve an exile of fourteen years in the forest. His wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, being unable to live without Rama, decide to join him, and all three spend the fourteen years in exile together. This leads to the kidnapping of Sita by Ravana, the Rakshasa (Asura) monarch of Lanka. After a long and arduous search that tests his personal strength and virtue, Rama fights a colossal war against Ravana's armies. In a war of powerful and magical beings, greatly destructive weaponry and battles, Rama slays Ravana in battle and liberates his wife. Having completed his exile, Rama returns to be crowned king in Ayodhya (the capital of his kingdom) and eventually becomes emperor, after which he reigns for eleven thousand years – an era of perfect happiness, peace, prosperity and justice known as Rama Rajya.

Lugar: Sri Mayapur Dham

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Avatars of Lord Vishnu ( Satya Yuga )

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Vishnu resides in Vaikuntha (the abode of gods) and his vehicle is Garuda, a giant winged eagle with a human-shaped figure and a beaked nose. Vishnu is depicted as a dark (a dark blue color analogous to the color of the infinite sky) majestic kinglike figure with four hands bearing, respectively, a conch shell (shankha), a discus or a spinning wheel (chakra), a club or mace (gada) and a lotus flower (padma).
The shankha, held in the upper left hand, represents the primeval sound of the five elements – air, water, fire, earth and sky – the building blocks of creation. The chakra, held in the upper right hand, called the ‘Sudarshan chakra’ is the celestial disc of the sun for dispelling darkness and restoring peace on earth; derived from the Sanskrit words ‘su’ meaning ‘good’ and ‘darshan’ meaning vision, it symbolizes a weapon for overcoming one’s mind-set and ego to be able to visualize the eternal truth. The gada, held in the lower left hand, is called the ‘Kaumodaki’ and signifies the God’s absolute prowess to destroy evil, while the padma, in the lower right hand, symbolizes purity, truth (satya) and knowledge (gyan); the building blocks of the rules of conduct (dharma).
The Garuda Purana and the Bhagavata Purana both mention twenty-two, with a proviso in the latter, that the incarnations of Vishnu are many; the Matsya Purana, on the other hand, refers to twelve incarnations. However, it is generally accepted that there are ten incarnations of Vishnu. Of these ten universally accepted Avatars, nine are said to have manifested themselves (each at a different time and era) while the tenth is yet to appear in this world. Each manifestation has a related legend which essentially demonstrates the restoration of righteousness and Dharma in the world, through the divine intervention of Vishnu. In Satya yugaThe Five incarnations are:

1. MATSYA (Fish) Avatar: (Satya Yuga). During the deluge before the latest re-creation of the universe, the four Vedas (the holy scriptures) which were required by Brahma for the re-creation, were drowned deep in the waters. Vishnu took the form of a fish to retrieve the sacred scriptures. Another legend has it that Vishnu in his Matsya Avatar instructed Manu (the progenitor of mankind in each creation) to build a huge boat and gather samples of all species in it. The Matsya then pulled the ark to safety through the deluge and floods to enable Brahma to start the work of re-creation.

2. KACHYUP or KURMA (Tortoise) Avatar: (Satya Yuga). The gods (Devas), suddenly lost their immortality due to the curse of a sage, soon after the new creation of the universe. Afraid of the Asuras (Demons), they turned for help to Vishnu who advised them to churn the ocean to obtain Amrita (Ambrosia), which would restore their power. The churning had to be done with the Mandara Mountain as the churning stick. Vishnu then assumed the form of a Kachyup (tortoise) to hold up the mountain on his back to enable the churning to be done. The help of Vishnu in restoration of immortality of the Devas is another example of the upholding of the dominance of Dharma.

3. VARAHA (Boar) Avatar: (Satya Yuga). The earth (prithvi or goddess Bhudevi) was swamped deep under the cosmic ocean at the end of the deluge before the re-creation of the present universe. At this time, Hiranyaksha, an Asura (demon) who had attained extraordinary powers through penance, was wreaking havoc among the Devas (gods). On the request of Brahma, who needed the earth for his work of recreation, and of the Devas, who needed succor from Hiranyaksha, Vishnu assumed the form of a Varaha (boar). He carried the earth from the bottom of the ocean on his tusks in this Avatar; also slaying the rampaging Asura in the process.

4. NARASIMHA (half-man half-lion) Avatar: (Satya Yuga). Hiranyakashipu, a demon king and a tyrant, had through severe penance, obtained a boon from Brahma that no natural-born man or animal could kill him; nor could he be killed in heaven or earth, by any weapon, either during day or night. He started considering himself as the supreme God and banned the worship of gods; even trying to kill his own son Prahlada, who was a Vishnu devotee. Vishnu assumed the form of Narasimha (neither man nor animal); emerged from a pillar (not natural born); during evening (neither day nor night); laid the demon-king across his thighs (neither heaven nor earth) and tore his entrails out with bare claws (no weapon).

5. VAMANA (Dwarf) Avatar: (Treta Yuga). The legend associated with this Avatar has it that the valorous demon- king Bali, a descendant of Hiranyakashipu, empowered by severe penance, defeated Indra, the king of the Devas and conquered the whole world. Fearing that he would overcome all three worlds ( Swarga, Marta and Patala or heaven, earth and the nether worlds), the Devas appealed to Vishnu. Taking birth in a Brahmin family and growing up to be a dwarf, Vishnu approached Bali for alms when the latter was performing a religious sacrifice. Bali, in an expansive mood promised him whatever he wanted – which was as much land as he could cover in three strides. Vishnu then covered heaven and earth in two strides to emancipate the Devas and banished Bali to the nether world.

Lugar: Sri Mayapur Dham

Creado el 01 de enero

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Anuradha Bhattacharya

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Devotional Singer & Kirtan Artist ( T- series )

Lugar: T-series

Actualizado el 16 de agosto de 2009
Creado el 22 de julio de 2009

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INDICE de Articulos de Anuradha Bhattacharya

05 de abrilDisappearance of Sri Abhirama Thakura
30 de marzoSri Krishna Vasant Rasa Yatra
26 de marzo61th Vysa puja 2010 message of HH Jayapataka Swami Maharaj
24 de marzoRam Navami ( Appearance of Lord Sri Ramchandra )
21 de marzoSri Ramanujacarya - Appearance
08 de marzoSri Srivasa Pandita - Appearance
01 de marzo108 Names of Lord Chaitanya mahaprabhu : by - Sarvabhauma Bhattacharya
28 de febreroThe Appearance of Lord Caitanya
26 de febreroSri Madhavendra puri Disappearance
25 de febreroToday is Amalaki Vrata Ekadasi
21 de febreroLife of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu ( Celebration of 500th year of His Sannyas ) Part - 8
15 de febreroSrila Jagannatha Dasa Babaji Disappearance
12 de febreroSiva Ratri
10 de febreroToday is Paksa-vardhini Mahadvadasi ( Fasting for Vijaya Ekadasi )
07 de febreroLife of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu ( Celebration of 500th year of His Sannyas ) Part - 7
03 de febreroSrila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakur ( Appearance )
30 de eneroSrila narottama Das Thakur ( Appearance )
28 de eneroAppearance of Lord Nityananda ( Nityananda Trayodasi )
27 de eneroLord Varahadev ( Holy Appearance Day )
26 de eneroToday is Bhaimi Ekadasi [ The half day fast (vrata) for the appearance of Lord Varahadev ]
25 de eneroSri Ramanujacharya ( Disappearance )
24 de eneroSri Madhvacarya ( Disappearance )
23 de eneroBhishmastami:( appearance of Bhishmadeva )
22 de eneroSri Advaita Acarya ( Appearance )
20 de eneroSaraswati Puja ( Methods For Saraswati Puja )
20 de eneroSrimati Vishnupriya Devi ( The consort of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu ) - Appearance
19 de eneroSaraswati Puja : Goddess of Knowledge & Arts ( Upcoming : 20.01.2010 )
17 de eneroLife of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu ( Celebration of 500th year of His Sannyas ) Part - 6
15 de eneroGanga Sagara Mela – Ganga Dussehra - 2010 ( Today )
14 de eneroGanga Sagar Mela - 2010 ( Upcoming 15.01.2010 )
10 de eneroToday is Sat-tila Ekadasi
08 de eneroLife of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu ( Celebration of 500th year of His Sannyas ) Part - 5
06 de eneroSri Jayadeva Gosvami - Disappearance
06 de eneroSri Locana Das Thakur - Disappearance
05 de eneroAppearance of Srila Gopal Bhatta Goswami
01 de eneroLife of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu ( Celebration of 500th year of His Sannyas ) Part - 4


31 de diciembreHappy Krishna Consciousness New Year - 2010
28 de diciembreLife of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu ( Celebration of 500th year of His Sannyas ) Part - 3
28 de diciembreToday is Putrada Ekadasi
27 de diciembreLife of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu ( Celebration of 500th year of His Sannyas ) Part - 2
25 de diciembreLife of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu ( Celebration of 500th year of His Sannyas ) Part - 1
19 de diciembreSrila Jiva Goswami ( Disappearance )
17 de diciembreSri Locana Dasa Thakura Appearance
15 de diciembreSrimad Bhagvad-gita : Information ( Why has Krishna given alternatives? ) Part - 9
12 de diciembreSrimad Bhagvad-gita : Information ( What is Jnana yoga? ) Part - 8
12 de diciembreToday is Saphala Ekadasi
10 de diciembreSrimad Bhagvad-gita : Information ( What is Bhakti yoga? ) Part - 7
08 de diciembreSrimad Bhagvad-gita : Information ( What is Karma yoga? ) Part - 6
07 de diciembreSrimad Bhadvad-gita : Information ( What are the three paths in Bhagvad-gita? ) Part - 5
05 de diciembreSrila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Thakura Disappearance
03 de diciembreSrimad Bhagvad-gita : Information ( What is Purpose of the Bhagvad-gita? ) Part - 4
02 de diciembreSri Katyayani Vrata Ends ( Today )
01 de diciembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.22.24-27 ) part - 22
01 de diciembreSrimad Bhagvad-gita : Information ( Who should read the Bhgvad-gita ) Part - 3
30 de noviembreSrimad Bhagvad-gita : Information ( How should one read the Bhagvad-gita? ) Part - 2
30 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.22.21-23 ) Part - 21
29 de noviembreSrimad Bhagvad-gita : Information ( What is the Bhagavad Gita? ) part -1
28 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.22.20 ) Part - 20
28 de noviembreBhagvat-gita jayanti ( Today )
28 de noviembreToday is Moksada Ekasadi
26 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagvatam :10.22.19 ) Part - 19 )
26 de noviembreAdvent of Bhagvat-gita : Upcoming : 28.11.2009 ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter Fourteen ) Part - 15
25 de noviembreSri Katyayani vrata ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.22.17-18 ) Part -18
24 de noviembreAdvent of Bhagvat-gita : Upcoming : 28.11.2009 : ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter Thirteen ) Part - 14
23 de noviembreToday is the observance of Odana Sasthi
21 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.22.14 ) Part - 17
21 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagvat-gita : Upcoming : 28.11.2009 ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter Twelve ) Part - 13
20 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.22.13 ) Part - 16
20 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagvat-gita : upcoming : 28.11.2009 ( Gita Mahatmya : Chapter Eleven ) Part - 12
19 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.22.12 ) Part - 15
19 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagvat-gita : Upcoming : 28.11.2009 ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter Ten ) Part - 11
18 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagvat-gita : Upcoming -28.11.2009 ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter Nine ) Part - 10
18 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.22.9-11 ) Part - 14
17 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.22.8 ) Part - 13
17 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagvat-gita : Upcoming : 28.11.2009 ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter Eight ) Part - 9
16 de noviembreSri Katyayani vrata ( Worship ) Part - 12
16 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagbad-gita : Upcoming : 28.11.2009 ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter Seven ) Part - 8
15 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.22.7 ) Part - 11
15 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagbad-gita : Upcoming - 28.11.2009 : ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter Six ) Part - 7
14 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagbad-gita : Upcoming : 28.11 2009 ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter Five) Part -6
14 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Mythology ) Part - 10
13 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagbad-gita : Upcoming : 28.11.2009 ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter Four ) Part - 5
12 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad bhagbad-gita : Upcoming : 28.11.2009 ( Gita Mahatmya : Chapter Three ) Part - 4
11 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagbad-gita : Upcoming - 28.11.2009 ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter Two ) Part - 3
11 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagavatam : 10.22.6 ) Part - 9
10 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagbad-gita : Upcoming - 28.11.2009 ( Gita Mahatmya: Chapter One ) Part - 2
10 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagavatam : 10.22.5 ) Part - 8
09 de noviembreAdvent of Srimad Bhagbad-gita : Upcoming - 28.11.2009 ( Summary ) Part - 1
09 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagavatam : 10.22.4 ) Part - 7
08 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagavatam : 10.22.2-3 ) Part - 6
07 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Srimad Bhagavatam : 10.22.1 ) Part - 5
06 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Part - 4 )
05 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( part - 3 )
04 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Part - 2 )
03 de noviembreSri Katyayani Vrata ( Begins from today ) Part -1
02 de noviembreSripad Nimbarkacarya appearance
02 de noviembreGopi Geet ( The Gopies Songs of Separation ) Last Day , Part - 20
02 de noviembreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata, Last day , Part - 20
02 de noviembreBhisma Panchaka ( The name of Bhishma ) Fifth Day
02 de noviembreSri Krishna Rasayatra


02 de noviembreMarriage of Shalagrama and Tulasi
01 de noviembreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 19
01 de noviembreBhisma Panchaka ( Appearance of Bhismadeva : Boyhood ) Fourth day
31 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 18
31 de octubreGopi Geet ( The Gopies Songs of Separation : S.B. 10.31.12-14 ) Part - 19
31 de octubreBhisma Panchaka ( Appearance of Bhishmadeva: Birth ) Third Day
30 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 17
30 de octubreGopi Geet ( The Gopies Songs of Separation S.B. - 10.31.10 & 11 ) Part - 18
30 de octubreBhisma Pancaka ( Second day )
29 de octubreGopi Geet ( The Gopies Songs of Separation ) Part - 17
29 de octubreSrila Gaura Kishora Das Babaji Disappearance
29 de octubreBhisma Pancaka ( First day )
29 de octubreToday is Utthana Ekadasi
28 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata - 16
28 de octubreGopi Geet ( The Gopies Songs of Separation, S.B. -10.31.9 ) Part - 16
27 de octubreGopi Geert ( The Gopies Songs of Separation ) Part - 15
27 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 15
27 de octubreJagatthatri Puja ( Part - 4 )
26 de octubreGopastami ( Lord Sri Krishna Became a Qualified Cowhard ) Part - 3
26 de octubreJagaddhatri Puja ( History ) Part - 3
25 de octubreGopi Geet ( The Gopies Songs of Separation , S.B. - 10.31.7 ) Part - 14
25 de octubreGopastami ( Lord Sri Krishna Became a Qualified Cowhard ) Part - 2
25 de octubreJagatthatri Puja ( Pauranik lore ) Part - 2
24 de octubreChronology of Srila Prabhupada's Departure
24 de octubreGopi Geet ( The Gopies Songs of Separation ) Part - 13
24 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 14
24 de octubreJagaddhatri puja ( Introduction ) Part - 1
24 de octubreGopastami (Lord Sri Krishna became a qualified cowherd ) Part - 1
23 de octubreGopi Geet ( The Gopies Songs of Separation ,Srimad Bhagvatam:10.31.6 ) Part - 12
23 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata ( Information ) Part - 13
23 de octubreReflections on the Appearance and Disappearance of the Guru, on Prabhupada’s Disappearance Day
22 de octubreGopi Geet ( The Gopies Songs of Saperation ) Part - 11
21 de octubreSrila Prabhupada Disappearance( Leaving Vrindavan ) Part - 3
20 de octubreSri Vasudeva Ghosh Disappearance
20 de octubreGopi Geet ( The GopiesSongs of Saperation ) Part - 10
19 de octubreSrila Prabhupada Disappearance ( "Arrival In Vrindavan" ) Part - 2
19 de octubreSri Rasikananda- Appearance
19 de octubreBali Daityaraja Puja ( Lord Vamandev was pleased with Bali maharaj and appeared in Vishnu-rupa )
18 de octubreDiwali ( from darkness unto light ) Part - 5
18 de octubreSrila Prabhupada Disappearance ( Better To Die In Vrindavan )
18 de octubreSri Govardhana Puja ( Devastating Rainfall in Vrindävana ) Part - 4
17 de octubreSri Govardhana Puja ( Worshiping Govardhana Hill ) Part - 3
17 de octubreKali Puja ( The Compassionate Goddess ) Part - 3
17 de octubreDiwali ( The Festival of Lights ) Part - 4
17 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Summary of the Damodar Lila ) Vrata , Part - 12
17 de octubreGopi Geet ( The Gopis Songs of Separation ) Part - 9
16 de octubreGopi Geet ( The Gopis Songs of Separation ) Part - 8
16 de octubreSri Govardhana Puja ( Origin of Govardhan History ) Part - 2
16 de octubreDiwali ( Lord Rama Returns to Ayodhya ) Part - 3
16 de octubreKali Puja ( In Tantra ) Part - 2
16 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodar ) Vrata , Part - 11
15 de octubreSri Govardhana Puja ( Sri Govardhan Hill Parikrama ) Part - 1
15 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 10
15 de octubreKali Puja ( Meaning ) Part - 1
14 de octubreGopi Geet ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.31.5 ) Part - 7
14 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 9
14 de octubreToday is Rama Ekadasi
13 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 8
13 de octubreGopi Geet ( Srimad Bhagvatam: 10.31.4 ) Part - 6
12 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodar ) Vrata , Part - 7
12 de octubreGopi Geet ( Summery ) Part - 5
11 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika (Damodara) Vrata , Part - 6
11 de octubreBahulastami ( Appearance day of Radha-Kund & Shyam-Kund )
10 de octubreGopi Geet ( Srimad Bhagvatam : 10.31.3 ) Part - 4
09 de octubreGopi Geet ( Srimad bhagvatam: 10. 31.2 ) Part - 4
09 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 5
09 de octubreSrila Narottama Das Thakur Disappearance(The Biography)
08 de octubreGopi Geet ( Part - 3 )
08 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 4
07 de octubreGopi Geet ( Introduction ) Part - 2
07 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 3
06 de octubreThe Glories of Kartika ( Damodara ) Vrata , Part - 2
06 de octubreGopi Geet ( Introduction ) Part - 1
05 de octubreGlories of Karttika (Damodara) Vrata
05 de octubresri Krishna Saradiya Rasayatra ( THE CALL OF THE RASA ) Part - 3
05 de octubreLakshmi puja ( Iconography ) Part - 3
04 de octubreSrila Murari Gupta Disappearance
04 de octubreSri krishna Saradiya Rasayatra ( Descriptions of Rasa-lila )Part - 2
04 de octubreLakshmi Puja ( Explanation of Mahalakshmi ) Part - 2
04 de octubreDiwali ( Spiritual significance ) Part - 2
03 de octubreDiwali ( Introduction ) Upcoming : 18 .10.2009 , Part - 1
03 de octubreLakshmi Puja ( Meaning ) Part - 1
03 de octubreSrikrishna Saradiya Rasayatra ( Descriptions of Rasa-lila )Part - 1
01 de octubreSrila Raghunatha Bhatta Goswami Disappearance
01 de octubreSrila Raghunatha Das Goswami Disappearance
01 de octubreSrila Krishna Das Kaviraj Goswami Disappearance
29 de septiembreToday is Papankusha Ekadasi ( Unmilani Mahadvadasi )
28 de septiembreSrila Madhvacarya Appearance
28 de septiembreDurga Puja ( Bijoya Dashami today )
28 de septiembreSri Ramchandra Vijayotsav (Dassera)
25 de septiembreDurga Puja ( Ashtami )
25 de septiembreDurga Puja ( Maha Saptami )
20 de septiembreNavaratri ( Meaning & Significance ) Part - 1
20 de septiembreMaa Durga ( Theme-based Pujas and pandals ) Part - 11
20 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? ( Part - 16 )
20 de septiembreWho is Sri krishna ? ( Part - 16 )
18 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? ( Part - 15 )
18 de septiembreMaa Durga ( Mahalaya,the beginning of "devipaksha" )
17 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? ( Part - 14 )
17 de septiembreMaa Durga ( Creation of the idols ) Part - 10


17 de septiembreMaa Durga ( Evolution of the Community or Sarbajanin puja ) Part - 9
16 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? ( Part - 13 )
15 de septiembreToday is Indira Ekadasi
15 de septiembreMaa Durga ( History - 3 ) Part - 8
15 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? ( Part - 12 )
14 de septiembreMaa Durga ( History -2 ) Part -7
14 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? Part - 11
14 de septiembreSrila Prabhupada's Arrival in U. S. A ( Srila Prabhupada's Mission To America ) Part - 4
14 de septiembreMaa Durga ( History-1 ) Part - 6
14 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? ( Part - 10 )
13 de septiembreSrila Prabhupada's Arrival in U. S. A. ( Brings the Hare Krishna Mantra to the West ) Part -3
13 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? ( Part - 9 )
13 de septiembreMaa Durga ( Origin of the autumnal ceremony 'Sharadiya' ) Part - 5
11 de septiembreSrila Prabhupada's Arrival in U. S. A.( The Journey to America ) Part - 2
11 de septiembreMaa Durga ( Names ) Part - 4
11 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? ( Part - 8 )
10 de septiembreMaa Durga ( Worship ) Part - 3
10 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? ( Part - 7 )
10 de septiembreSrila Prabhupada's Arrival in USA ( Departure for preaching in the west - 1965 ) Part - 1
10 de septiembreMaa Durga ( The Divine belief ) Part - 2
10 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? ( Part - 6 )
09 de septiembreMaa Durga Part - 1 ( Introduction )
09 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? ( Part - 5 )
08 de septiembre108 Names of Lord Ganesh
08 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ?( Part - 4 )
07 de septiembreGANESH Part - 14 ( Beyond India and Hinduism )
07 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? Part -3
06 de septiembreWho is Sri Krishna ? Part - 2
05 de septiembreGANESH Part - 13 ( Puranic period )
04 de septiembreGANESH Part - 12 ( Vedic and epic literature )
04 de septiembreSrila Prabhupada accepts Sannyasa, Sep 4, 1959 ( 50th anniversary )
03 de septiembreGANESH Part - 11 ( Worship and festivals )
03 de septiembreDisappearance Of Srila Haridasa Thakura
02 de septiembreGANESH Part - 10 ( Family and consorts )
02 de septiembreAppearance Day of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura Prabhupada: ( The seventh Goswami )
01 de septiembreGANESH Part - 9 ( First chakra )
01 de septiembreThe Appearance Day of Lord Vamana: 10 Lessons
31 de agosto64 Transcendental Arts of Srimati Radharani
31 de agostoGANESH Part - 8 ( Buddhi )
31 de agostoToday is Parsva Ekadasi
30 de agostoSrimati Radharani ( The Queen of Vrindavan ) Part - 2
30 de agostoGANESH Part - 7 ( Obstacles )
29 de agostoGANESH Part - 6 ( Vahanas )
29 de agostoSrimati Radharani ( The Queen of Vrindavan ) Part -1
28 de agostoSri Radhika's 108 names-prayer ( Sriman Raghunatha Dasa Gosvami )
28 de agostoGANESH ( Common attributes )
27 de agostoGanesha ( Iconography )
27 de agostoSRIMATI RADHARANI ( Personalities )
25 de agostoGanesha ( Etymology and other names ) Part - 3
25 de agostoWho Is Srimati Radharani? Part - 7
24 de agostoGanesh (Introduction)
24 de agostoWho is Srimati Radharani? Part - 6
23 de agostoGanesh Chaturthi
23 de agostoWho is Srimati Radharani? Part - 5
22 de agostoWho is Srimati Radharani? Part - 4
21 de agostoWho is Srimati Radharani? Part - 3
20 de agostoWho is Srimati Radharani? Part - 2
15 de agostoWho is Sri Krishna ? Part -1


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